Science Museum Is Ready To Open In May, With 700K Annual Visitors Expected

Finally, the Frost Museum of Science has opening date.

The $305 million museum will open to the public for the first time on May 8 after years of planning and construction.

The highlights of the museum include a three-level aquarium, and a cutting-edge planetarium.

According to the Herald, 700,000 visitors are expected annually. Annual memberships will cost $65 for an individual or $145 to $195 for families, with single day tickets $28 for adults and $20 for children.

 

 

newly released museum map:

 

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Anonymous
4 years ago

can’t wait to get high and go see the midnight lazer light show, like the good ol’ dayz!

Anonymous
4 years ago

See you there, anonymous friend.

Anonymous
4 years ago

“Annual memberships will cost $65 for an individual or $145 to $195 for families, with single day tickets $28 for adults and $20 for children.”

It would make way more sense to buy the annual memberships.

City Commissioner
4 years ago

Big thanks Phillip & Patricia Frost!!

Anonymous
4 years ago

The floorplan looks light on space for exhibits. Looks like they blew their load on the shark tank!

Anonymous
4 years ago

The ever popular Shark week will be huge here then.

Anonymous
4 years ago

There were suppose to have more exhibits but had a 45 million on bailout so they had to remove a lot of exhibits, cut some technological things out and cut corners on construction. It’s very unfortunate.

City Commissioner
4 years ago

Miami Needs a CITY-PASS Program already. All Museums and Transportation for one price!!…wait we still do not have a decent trans system…OK maybe just a museum city pass!

Oscar
4 years ago

How awesome is it that en elected official jumps in here and trashes the inadequate transit system? “City Commissioner” better be one of the ones trying to do something about it…

Anonymous
4 years ago

Ya, that’s totes mcgoats the commish radish

City Commissioner
4 years ago

Don’t believe everything you read “Oscar”.
I doubt a real City Commissioner would be on here, or maybe they should!! so we could address all these issues.